Women’s & Girls Coordinator
A registered charity that provides high quality sports and education programmes to children, young people and adults from across the region.
This organisation was awarded charitable status enabling them, as an organisation, to be supported by the Charities Commission and The English Football League Trust. This also ensures that all the funding and income received is re-invested back into the improvement and development of the organisation.
The role offers an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated and dynamic individuals to join a progressive team.
The company is are seeking a driven, energetic and ambitious individuals to plan and deliver a co-ordinated programmes, in line with our charitable objectives and targets.
To plan, develop and deliver the women's and girl's programmes.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
- Lead, deliver and develop the Female football college programmes
- Lead, deliver and develop the Wildcats programmes
- Establish and maintain strong relationships with local female grassroots football teams, ECFA, SCFA and act as their point of contact.
- To deliver coaching sessions as directed
- To coordinate, manage, deliver and monitor coaching sessions with groups of young people, or organisations
- Be a flexible member of the team and when required deliver on projects that may involve evening and weekends
- To liaise with parents/carers when appropriate
- To support with administration as required
- To plan, monitor and evaluate all coaching sessions led or assisted at
- To ensure Safeguarding is adhered to including keeping personal DBS, First Aid qualifications
- To undertake appropriate training
Qualifications & Experience
- Level 2 NGB award
- FA Youth Module 1&2
- Full UK Driving Licence with access to own vehicle
- Member of the FA licences club
- PFPE Level 3 in Supporting Teaching and Learning
- UEFA B Football Coaching Certificate
- FA Youth Module 3
- One other national governing body qualification
- Futsal Level 1
- Coaching for disabled footballers
- Mini-bus Licence/eligibility
Must have relevant experience. This will include coaching within a sports development environment, experience of coaching and/or playing and project management skills. Working within partnership and multi-agency programmes. Working with young adults, primary and secondary school aged pupils. Experience of delivering commercially viable coaching schemes.
This is by no means an exhaustive list of responsibilities and the post holder may be required to take on additional responsibilities as agreed with the Client. This job description is also subject to review, and may be amended in the light of changing circumstances following consultation with the post-holder.
Number of Hours
25 hours per academic week any additional lead delivery outside this will be paid for on a sessional basis @ £10.00 per hour, but only on the agreement in advance with Head of Community and on completion of a timesheet.
The Client does not provide for the use of a company car within this role. However, a car is necessary for proper performance of duties. In addition, it is the responsibility of the post holder to ensure the car is adequately insured for use.
The Client will reimburse for expenses incurred whilst performing the duties of the post, but only on the agreement in advance with Head of Community and on completion of an expenses form.